Keep it simple and elegant. Kai shirt fits both man and woman.

 

The idea of Kai shirt design came to us during our last travels. We thought it would be great to create something that looks great on both of us - minimalistic, genderless design that captivates the eyes of everyone in the room.

Walk through your day with casual style and enjoy maximum comfort with the blend of linen and cotton. Natural coconut buttons add bit of exotic touch and sense of freedom.

The color palette we chose, makes it very easy to style with many types of accessories. If you are her, try pairing with simple golden earrings and you will be ready to take over a perfect day. And if you are him, pair it with your short pants or wear a T-shirt underneath.

 

Made of 40% linen & 60% cotton blend we offer the benefit of both fabrics in one garment.

Linen is lightweight and durable which increases the life time of the garment, while cotton gives a smooth and soft touch to the texture.

 

Our linen cotton blend is highly breathable, absorbs a decent amount of moisture and at the same time releases it quickly, allows airflow to circulate through the garment and keeps you comfy.

 

After each wash, it will become softer and more pleasant to the skin over time.

 

Both cotton and linen are eco-friendly fabrics because they are made from natural fibers. Thus, the fabrics are 100% bio-digestible, environmentally and socially responsible.

 

Garment measurements:

Bust:  46 in

Shoulder width: 21 in

Sleeve length: 25 in

Length: 28 in

 

Garment care:

For the first few washes, wash separately by hand in cool water.

We love linen with its natural wrinkles, so for everyday look, we recommend to skip ironing. However, if you go for more formal occasions like wedding, you can go ahead and iron the jumpsuit with low setting on the iron or with steam. The best time to iron your linen garment is before it is fully dry.

Kai Shirt in Soft Rose

$64.00Price
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